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First Review by fritzgoss

Rubber Meat - Edit

First, the resto is located in a very congested place with no space for parking at all. Take a cab or Uber so you don't get a headache looking for parking in the area. Closest parking is the parking area for the Adventist Medical Center Manila which has a more decent vegetarian restaurant with more vegan options.
Second, the resto limits its menu items to fake meats. If you're looking for fresh, organic, whole-plant-based foods, this is not the place to go. They are also a bit heavy on oil and salt. I can't really say whether their fake meats are vegan either because they're not very open to what the stuff is made of. Honestly, I am afraid to know what they use to get that umami flavor that is distinct in the dishes they serve. As a health-buff, I am very particular with my food.
Third, their food is also quite pricey for such small servings and honestly, mediocre quality cooking.
At the least, it appeals to new vegan/vegetarians because of it's alternative meat items. Transitioning to a vegan/vegetarian diet can be a challenge so if you crave for meat, then this may be a place to try, just to appease the cravings. There are far better quality places to enjoy vegan/vegetarian cuisine, so don't let this place stop you from staying healthy by choosing a plant-based diet.

Pros: For transitioning vegan/vegetarians

Cons: Fake meat items, artificially flavored and colored, No parking, Congested, slum area location


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OscarAnn's - Edit

Thought that this place would be difficult to find at first but I just used wazed and got there in less than 10 minutes from my school which is also a big plus because it's convenient. Food is good and worth the money considering that it's also inexpensive! I would recommend the tocino, siopao and soya milk. I bought some frozen goods as well that i have yet to try!

Pros: Lots of vegan options, frozen goods, Inexpensive

Cons: No parking space


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Simple Adventist food - Edit

Family owned business and member of Seventh Day Adventist.
They serve vegetarian meal and lots of frozen food stuff made by Varona's. The Resto has combo meal(1rice + 2viands) for 60pesos only but in small portion. I'm satisfied cause they serve brown rice. Good enough and budget wise. Taste of food is bland. Same taste in nearby Adventist Hospital canteen. Try their Siopao and Soyamilk with variety of flavors.
You can buy frozen food from them,ask them if they can cook it for you and it eat there but with extra charge.
Closed on Saturday. Open again on Sunday.

Pros: good food, good value, friendly staff

Cons: small portions


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Oscar Ann's - Edit

This small shop/restaurant is located not as shown on the map on HappyCow site, so take care when search. the place is nearby the Seventh-Day Adventist Hospital, and is associated with the Seventh-Day Adventists.
They sell some frozen and dried foods and have a small selection of prepared Filipino food to take out or eat in.
Note also, they are closed on the weekends.

Pros: Tasty Filipino food, Friendly staff

Cons: Small selection of items, closed weekends


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